The media landscape is a fast changing arena with new developments happening all of the time.
While it can be hard to keep up with everything, we've made it easy for you to stay up-to-date with the latest news from around NZME.. From innovative moves forward, with awards along the way; check out the latest news about NZME. below.
ZM’s Drive show hosts Jase Hawkins and PJ Harding are about to forgo breaks, sleep in general, and time with family and friends to attempt an epic New Zealand record breaking radio broadcast. Why? Because they want to and hope to raise money for a worthy case. MORE
The launch of Viva.co.nz, New Zealand’s leading voice in fashion, beauty, food, design and culture, has been a success with Viva’s online brand expansion perfectly positioned with audiences. MORE
iHeartRadio NZ is thrilled to confirm that British star Paul Potts will be performing in Auckland, New Zealand on the 6th of May at Pullman Auckland Hotel. MORE
NZME’s GrabOne has teamed up with Postr, the app that lets users hire out their smartphone’s lock screen to advertisers in return for cash, to deliver a mobile technology first in New Zealand. MORE
New Zealand Golf is pleased to announce today an exciting new partnership with NZME Radio and its lead brand Newstalk ZB, set to benefit all those who love golf. MORE
iHeartRadio New Zealand has launched a new station ANZAC Day Remembered to commemorate all New Zealanders killed in war and honour the returned service people. MORE
Radio New Zealand is joining the iHeartRadio New Zealand platform, further strengthening its position as the country’s leading digital streaming offering. MORE
NZME donates $20,000 to start the ‘Pin a Poppy Appeal’
New Zealand’s Poppy Day is something many Kiwis mark proudly each year by getting a traditional RSA fabric poppy in return for a donation. It’s the symbol of remembrance for those who fought to protect this proud nation and our veterans and ex-service people who were lucky enough to return from duty. MORE
Tim Murphy, Editor-in-Chief of the NZ Herald has decided to step down after a stellar 30 year career with the company. Murphy has been Editor-in-Chief of New Zealand’s premier newspaper for the past three years and Editor for 10 years before that. MORE
The Axe Attack is back and ready to rock with its own iHeartRadio NZ radio station! MORE